Guests at the Holiday Inn Burbank don’t have to travel far to get away from the hustle and bustle of Southern California. Just to the north of our hotel sits the majestic San Gabriel Mountains. Located in northern Los Angeles and western San Bernardino counties, this range of stunningly beautiful peaks offer our guests a wide variety of outdoor experiences.Details
The soothing sound of waves crashing against rock formations attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year to Beach. Spectacular sunsets and the aroma of salty ocean air also tantalize the senses. The warm sun beaming overhead and soft sand under feet make Santa Monica Beach a must for Holiday Inn Burbank guest itineraries. Enjoy the thrill of catching one of the large species that swim in the Pacific Ocean and marvel at the inspiring school of dolphins that frolic in the sea.
Santa Monica Pier Aquarium ensures a healthy marine ecosystem for not only Santa Monica Beach, but also several other beaches that dot the Southern California Coast.Details
You can’t mention Southern California, without bringing golf into the conversation. The combination of temperate weather and diverse landscapes makes our region the preeminent golfing destination in the country. Many of our guests bring along their clubs in anticipation of getting a round or two in during family vacations and business trips. You might want to play a challenging course located near the San Gabriel Foothills or simply enjoy a relaxing round of golf that presents enough challenges to make it interesting, but it doesn’t cause you considerable frustration.
If you want the latter type of golf course, then look no further than Los Feliz Golf Course.Details
When you think of historically relevant American urban architecture, you most likely think of the classically designed and constructed buildings that line the street of cities such as Boston, Chicago, and New York. During your stay at Holiday Inn Burbank, spend some time marveling at the architectural wonders that form the skyline of downtown Los Angeles. One of the first stops on your LA architectural tour should be a visit to the Bradbury Building.Details
The dedicated guest service team at Holiday Inn Burbank knows about a hidden gem located in East Hollywood. You might never have heard of Barnsdall Art Park. Well, there’s a world-renowned art gallery located in the park that sits on top of Olive Hill adjacent to the intersection of Vermont and Hollywood. The facility has acted as the home to local and international art exhibits for several decades. Barnsdall Art Park includes the Hollyhock House, LAMC Farmers’ Market, and Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. After an extensive three-year model, Barnsdall Art Park reopened to the public on June 4, 2003 to critical and commercial acclaim.Details
Sometimes, you have to throw caution to the wind.
At Six Flags Magic Mountain, you have 19 roller coaster options to make the timeless adage come true.
Located in Santa Clarita, the 262-acre Six Flags Magic Mountain boasts the record for operating the most roller coasters found within any amusement park in the world. The wildly popular amusement park made its debut in 1971 as Magic Mountain, with the Six Flags brand taking over the bustling family entertainment venue in 1979. During the 2015 season, more than three million people enjoyed the fun at Magic Mountain, making the amusement park rank among the top 10 busiest amusement parks in the world.Details
Located in Beverly Hills, The Paley Center for Media introduces visitors to the fascinating world of radio and television. The institution provokes conversations that discuss the social and cultural impact the media has on the public. Curators have collected an international library of past radio and television shows, as well as artifacts that date back to the advent of radio and television. Visitors have access to the vast collection of shows and artifacts, as well as examine the leaders and personalities that drive the media. Global programs such as Media Council and International Council attract prominent media professionals to a neutral setting for extended discussions concerning the ever-changing media landscape. Media pioneer William S. Daley founded The Paley Center for Media in 1975.Details
Sunset Boulevard cuts through the heart of Hollywood and West Hollywood, California. A 1.5-mile stretch of the bustling thoroughfare runs from the eastern edge of West Hollywood to the western edge of the city that sits adjacent to Beverly Hills.
Welcome to the Sunset Strip!
The Sunset Strip comprises an eclectic array of restaurants, nightclubs, and small boutiques that set the cutting-edge standard for the Hollywood entertainment industry. Guests that enjoy living on the cutting edge should spend some time in one of Southern California’s most revered neighborhoods.Details
The natural splendor of Southern California comes to the forefront within Runyon Canyon Park. Managed by the Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks, this bucolic gem within a short drive of Holiday Inn Burbank sits at the far eastern edge of the Santa Monica Mountains. Guests of the Holiday Inn Burbank that want to enjoy the solace of Mother Nature, yet don’t have the time to spend outdoors, should consider visiting Runyon Canyon Park.
At 160 acres, Runyon Canyon Park offers plenty of room for nature lovers to get away from it all. Park visitors enter from either the southern entrance located at the northern end of Fuller Drive or the northern entrance near the 7300 block of world renowned Mulholland Drive. Runyon Canyon Road, which operates as a fire road not accessible for vehicle use, cuts through the middle of the park between the northern and southern entrances. At more than 1,300 feet, Indian Rock represents the highest elevation within Runyon Canyon Park.Details